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CROSS BBNT 10 THE BRONX.
COMMISSIONER PARTRIDGE SHIFTS
SATS GRAXD-ST. RIOTS HAD NOTHING TO DO
•KITH IT— REDUCES ONE HUNDRED AND
NINE DETECTIVE SERGEANTS.
police Commissioner Partridge yesterday made
many important changes in the organization of
♦v,,. force. He transferred three police Inspec
tors, sending Adam A. Cross from the district
we <;t of Broadway downtown to The Bronx,
TVllliam "W. McLaughlin from The Bronx to the
Vllth District. Brooklyn, and Donald Grant
from the Vllth District. Brooklyn, to Cross's old
district in Manhattan. Two Brooklyn captains
Vere ordered to change places— Knipe, of Flat
bush. a nd Driscoll. of Coney Island. Ser
ant Bernard J. Gallagher, of the Gates-aye.
etatlca. in Brooklyn, was promoted to be a cap
tain of police, and sent to the station in El
driuse- 5*5 *- Manhattan, to fill the vacancy cre
♦ed jjj- t ie retirement of Captain James K.
Tie Commissioner reduced 100 detective per
-Ufir to the rank they formerly held, and all
except three, who had been roundsmen, were
reduced to the rank of patrolmen. Seventy-five
of the men were detailed to the Detective Bu
reau a? detectives. The others were sent to
duty in precincts. Many patrolmen were trans
ferred. about fifty b*ing sent from Manhattan to
The Commissioner said that the transfers of
the three Inspectors had been planned before
Inspector Cross became the target for criticism
of Hebrews on the East Side, on account of the
riot in Grand-st. "The riot had nothing to do
•with these transfers," he said. As to the trans
fer of two captains, he would say only that it
«as Intended for the pood of the service; but
the recent presentment of tne Kings County
grand jury regarding the moral conditions pre
vailing at Coney Island was supposed to have
led to the displacement of Police Captain Dris
Captain Gallagher, the new commander at the
Eldridge-st. station, is forty-three years old,
and has been a policeman since 1884. He is
rated a? independent in politics, with a leaning
toward the Democracy. He has a good record as
a policeman in Brooklyn, and has been acting
captain at several stations in recent years, when
there were vacancies among the captains. He is
expected to emulate Captain Miles O'Reilly, the
commander of the Oak-st. station, who was
moved from Brooklyn several weeks ago.
There was a report yesterday that Captain
Price had got out in time to save himself from
trial on charges which were being prepare
ESa'.nst him. Inside information at Police Head
quarters was that no charges were prepared, but
they might have been if Price had not asked for
retirement. Commissioner Partridge was be
lieved to be pleased to get Price out of the
force. There are other captains end a few in
spectors who may be scared Into retirement
foon by intimations that charges against them
will be prepared if they stay.
The reduction of 109 detective sergeants to
their fanner rank and pay means the saving of
about 564.00rt a year. As detective sergeants the
men received £2,<K)O a year each, while a patrol
man of the highest grade gets (L.400 a year.
The men who are kept in the Detective Bureau
will have Incentive for good work in the hope
01 promotion to sergeantcies on merit. Those
who po to precincts will be of more service in
uniform than they were in plain clothes. "Some
af the men." Commissioner Partridge said, "have
done fairly well as detectives, and they have
been kept in the Detective Bureau. Others have
done little or nothing as detectives. As patrol
men they may serve die city better."
The transfers of patrolmen to Brooklyn, the
Commissioner said, were to make up deficiencies
In that borough. There have been repeated de
mands for more policemen in Brooklyn recently.
Inspector Cross said yesterday that he was not
much worried by his transfer to The Bronx.
Captain Titus said the changes in the Detec
tive Bureau had not crippled him at all. "I
think." he said, "the changes will have good
results There is now something for a good man
'• work for here. He has the promotion to a
detective sergeantcy to look forward to. I am
not short handed, because I now have the same
force in so far as the number of men is con
cerned as I had before April, 1901; Another
thing to be said is that the spirit of discontent
that has undoubtedly and not unjustly been
felt by the older and best men in the bureau
has now been removed, and harmony has been
restored. Of course, a house divided against
itself cannot stand. Now we are going to taKe
off our coats and work hard and pull aIL to
POOL SAYS IT'S BBAMBFUL.
■BOM E\ r IDENCK OF OPERATIONS BY PRO
FESSIONAL, BONDSMEN TO COLO
In the Yorkvine court yosterday twelve women
were BiraaSaved, charged with soliciting. In the
precinct commanded by Captain Dean, of the Fifth
st station. Detective John F. Hieplns. who ar
rairnf-d the women, said thoy had b«eai arrested
tnder instructions from Captain Dean. The first
woman arraigned was Ida Woodruff, of No. 22 Eec
ond-ave. Higgins had made a sort of affidavit
charging her with loitering and soliciting.
"Will you swear she la a disorderly person?"
asked Magistrate Pool.
"I saw her loitering on the street and approach
leg men and soliciting them." replied Hig&ins.
"You won't swear that she is a disorderly per
for." retorted the magistrate, "but In your affi
davit you say so."
Then, talking to the woman l^forc- him. the
"Were you locked up all night?"
"Xo," replied the woman.
"Did you Lave a bondsman?*"
"Do you know the bondsman?"
The bord was produced, and the name rirrn^J ■" it
was Jacob Leopold. Leopold is said to be a saloon
keeper at No. 22 Secor;d-ave. It was for $303.
-What aid you pay for your Lor.d?' asked the
"Three dollars." answered the woman.
"This is a shameful state of affairs," said the
magistrate. "This woman was simply arrested
for the purpose <■: securing a bondsman, and she
«a* charged $3. The condition of affairs is worse
time it has <-v*-r been. rn-3i-r thif administration
It is a rinse that this thins shou d exist.
Th- twelve women were then ask.-d if they had
tondßsien. They all replied they had. and some
»• th«sn had paid ordered thr> wom.-n disc-harmed.
The magistral* ordered the women discharged.
kai then ordered the stenographer to make copies
of the affidavits In the case*, atta ch th. mto the
eviSt-nce given and send them to Commissioner
Detect!^ Iligrfns said "that the Fifth-st precinct
"as cleaner Uian it had over lx-*n before, ana
that be would continue to follow the orders of his
Leopold had given bonds for six of the ™%™
MJd Louis Kaufman, of No. 82 Third-aye.. for five.
TO ATTEND THE GERMAN iIAH<EVVRES.
Major John McCllntock. aide-de-cam? to the^ com
■aader of the IXrparUnent of the Lakes, will sail
to-day by the Cunard Lino to Join Generals Young.
-orbln. Wood and others, who will rcp "V^!
United States at the military manoeuvres in Ger-
BRUCE CRAKE SUED for DIVORCE.
A suit for divorce has been Instituted in the Su-
Preme Court by Mrs. Jeanne Brainerd Crano
sgainst Bruce Crane, the well known artist and
aeraber of the National Academy of Design. The
lormal oro of reference has been filed. Ex-Reg
•ssr Isaac Frommc ha* been appointed referee, and
*s« set the first hearing for Monday. Mrs. Crane
£ represented by Patterson & Shaw, of No. '-
JVaU-st. Robert Hunter ilcGrath. jr.. «;*<»•,^
-^asaau-Bt.. appears for Mr. Cran^. f^ x " " a^*'
•Aram It. Lawrence was first appointed to act as
,-e.Vree by Justice Dukto. but *»****",; «
-used because, of his aversion to divorce cases.
i- t«k* the i;n,!r.-i. to the country. Thl»
•urn -n 111 be »ii«-ii4 on »iity-tv»o rottnKe« 10
»«■ -r«.|,,i at Debba I . rr> l»> the .Vew-l«rk
'«'-ni!. U>lhhi. M'liifb provide* tor a thou
*««! little ones «i one-hundred-and-sev
*»<>-«l«.tli-i.* and Ani»l«-r«l»ra-ii". 1>«-mtI|>
*?« of the new <-ottuK«-»t with «on»e Interest
[»•* vi*««. Se « Vb» »o»"«r *>••«»• *—
IROX TRADE RELIEF IX SIGHT. I
ADDITION TO CAPACITY IS ABOUT 4.900,000
TONS A TEAR.
From The Iron Trade Review.
* The exten of the new capacity now being pro
vided In the United States for the production of
iron and steel is probably not well appreciated.
"The Iron Trade Review** has taken some pains
to gather information concerning new work under
way or soon to be started, and the result of the
inquiry is presented below. It shows not only that
the iron and steel Industry is an important con
tributor to Urn own unprecedented prosperity, but
that a very large additional capacity In blast fur
nace and steel plants and in various lines of
finished material will be active by the middle of
IMS, while some of it will help to swell production
in the late months of 1902 and the early months of
next year. The showing is a most Impressive one
and is well worth the study of every manufacturer
of iron and steel. A brief summary of the exhibit
is as follows:
Blast Furnaces under construction In the United
States. 34, with estimated annual capacity of 4,300,-
M ions. Blast furnaces now being remodelled and
enlarged, or soon to be reconstructed. 12. Addi
tional capacity thus provided, about 1.650 tons a
day or C00,0>» tons a year. Total estimated addition
to blast furnace capacity, all expected to be avail
able before the end of li 1 -'". 4,JK«).OC>d tons a year.
Open hearth furnaces under construction. 103.
with a daily capacity of 5.900 tons, and an annual
capacity of about 2.7<»,0f0 tons. Open hearth fur
naces planned, 15, with daily capacity of 1,380 tons,
or about 4vO.tAiO tons annually. Open hearth fur
naces buildlne for steel foundries, 21. with a daily
capacity of CSO tons, or about 810,400 tons a year.
Total additional open hearth capacity available by
the dose of 19.13. 3.300.0"0 tons a year.
New shoot mills under erection, 67, with an annual
capacity of 209.009 tons.
Now tin plate mills under construction by Inde
pendent Interests. 59, with an annual capacity of
12 I >.">,>o tons.
The list of miscellaneous finishing mills unier
construction includes five modern plate mills, with
annual capacity of 500.000 tons, new tube. bar.
hoop, wire and 'structural mills of a capacity dif
ficult to estimate, but. judging; from the capacity
of connected open hearth furnaces, probably
equivalent to LSO.OSO to 1.500.400 tons of finished
material a year, a small portion of it to be in
operation in 1902. and all of it probably by the end
Interior and exterior vleivs of tlie mnK
nltW-ent residence -»vlileli ••'Million n Yenr"
li»al> In <>r«-<-tliiK on Riverside Drive. See
The Sunday Trlhnne to-morrow.
BOY HOLDS UP AX EXPSEBS TRAIN.
HE CLIMBS ON ELEVATt:D STRUCTURE TO
LOOK FOR A LOST "CAT."
George Mack, of No. SI Tcnth-ave.. Is much ad
mired by his young companions because yesterday
he stopped an express train on the Xinth-ave. ele
vated read and escaped arrest.
George and his playmates were having a game of
"cat." when one of the boys knocked the "cat"
up on the elevated structure. It was a new one
Gtcige had made from the handle of a broom, and
he did not want to lose it. The boy climbed up
one of the pillars, crawled out on the track and
got the "cat."
The engineer of a crowded express train noticed
the boy on the track, and at once applied the
brakes. He also Mew his whistle, and the un
usual noise not only alarmed the people in the train
but brought persons to the windows all along tne
line at that point. George managed to get through
the tics and climbed back to the street The train
came to a stop -within five feet from whpr» he had
been a moment before. There was a delay, and
at the Fnurteenth-st. elation it was r rted I that
a man had been run over. At Sixteenth-st. a ticket
chopper, who went to inquire, tound Policeman
Su-nkarpt holding George and wondering what it
h£r "ati~**r* allowed to join his friends, after he
had been thoroughly scolded.
STATE DBTASTMEXT RECEIPTS GROW.
SECRETARY M'DOXOUGH THINKS IXCREASK RE
FLECTS GEXERAX. PROSPERITY.
Albany. Aug. 1.-John T. McDonough. Secretary
of State, reports that the receipts of his department
for July 013, were $I,«C>O greater than for the cor
responding month last year. He thinks that this
reflects the general prosperity In the mercantile
world, the receipts of the department having to do
with the preparation of certified copies of corpora
tion papers and the like, for which the charge is
anywhere from 25 cents to $10.
Since January 1 the receipts of the department
hive been ftMGL whk-h is a long way ahead of
last v'ar The total receipts in 1901 were ««.0W
This was the largest amount received In twH\e
morth* UP to that time, but this year. Secre^ry
MrDononi* Bays, the receipts will be at least
t j ".*. This amount will pay all the ordinary run
ning expenses of his department and leave a sur
plus of $40,000.
HOW FIREPROOF WOOD IB MADE.
' INTERESTING REPORT TO THE CXDERWHITERS'
BUREAU OF FIRE PROTECTIOX
In view of the discussion regarding the efficacy
of fireproof wood, a report on this material made
1 v W C Robinson and Benjamin H. Glover to the
Underwriters' Bureau of Fire Protection Engineer
ing Is of interest. •
In a measure, these two engineers say. the treat
ment is like embalming, the wood being first re
lieved Of any remaining saps and fluids, and a
preservative fluid injected to take their place. The
wood is subjected first to a moist steam bath for
from one to fifty hours, depending upon its size
and variety. Next, by means of a powerful vac
uum pump, the saps and juices, softened and
loosened by the steam, are drawn out. Any possi
ble acid reaction in the wood Is then eliminated
by neutralization, the flreprooflng solution is ab
sorbed by the wood under pressure, and afterward
th" wood is thoroughly kiln or air dried. The
Drocess fills the interior cellular wood structure
with minute crystals of flreproofing *alts
The engineers tested the product, and found that
It would not flame or support combustion. They
think it will prove of benefit to Insurance intereKtw,
especially for the interior finish of fireproof build
ings and vaults, in the construction of dryrooms.
Stock racks decks, partition*, etc.. and for electric
wire moulding and other raceways.
TTALIAWe TIID MOULDS UVBEM BED.
THEY HAD COUXTERFEIT MOULDS, BUnGLARS*
tooi^s AND EXPENSIVE JEWELRY.
In the tenement house No. 326 Hudson-aye..
Brooklyn, yesterday, three Italians. Giuseppe Bo-
Farlo. Giovanni Ansoltnl and Giovanni Vencenzo,
were arrested by Secret Service men on charges cf
making moulds for the manufacture of counterfeit
coins. In the rooms occupied by the Italians were
discover«-d complete outfits of burglars' tools, which
evidently had been recently used. Some expensive
Jewelry was also found. The counterfeiting tools
consisted of fifty sets of plaster of paris and cement
moulds. It is thought the prisoners were whole
sale manufacturers of these tools, ami that they
have been selling them to other Italians who have
been making counterfeit coins.
Secret Service Agent Flynn has been watching the
place for a month. When the Secret Service
agents forced the door Vencenzo drew a revolver.
but was rpowered before be could lire. The
counterfeiting tools wore found under a bed. The
moulds, which are new and of th.- best make, ;-te
for the counterfeiting of 25 and SO cent and one
dollar coins. •
PHI XT CLOTH MARKET.
Fall River, Mass!. Aug. I.— The sales In the print
cloth market during the week amounted to about
75,000 pieces, all of which were odd counts. This
is a decrease of more than half, as compared with
last week's total sales. There is little, if any.
change in the market situation, the figure for
regulars remaining unchanged at three cents.- and
odd goods being sold on that basis. In outside
markets sales are reported in some eases one
sixteenth below the price quote*! here, but local
mills are holding off for the full quotations. The
cotton market has eased off come during the week,
and this accounts in some measure for the present
dulness in manufacturing circles.
SPECIAL TRAIN FOR SARATOGA.
The New-York Central will have a special train
to Saratoga to-morrow, leaving the Grand Central
Station at 1:25 p. m. and the Orle-hundred-and
twenty-lifth-st. station at 1:35 p. m. All seats in
the ten parlor cars have been taken, but ample
accommodations In coaches will be provided for
those desiring to reach Saratoga on Sunday.
OS TUB u< 1 VIVE.
Tin* member* of the Sfw-Vork Yacht Club
are now prepnrijiK for the annual craiae,
vililrh "111 1>«-Kin next Monday. Programme
t the cruise and picture* of several of the
yachts which will participate. See The o»ji
ituy Tribune to-m»rr«w. . ; .. ;/H
NEW-YOEK DAILY TRIBUNE SATURDAY. AUGUST 2, ISKJ2,
FIGHTS FIRE WITH CASSOCK.
MOUNT VERXON PRIEST AND WORSHIP
PERS SAVE THEIR CHURCH.
While bravely fighting yesterday to -. prevent
the new c-hurch of Mount Carmel. of which he
Is pastor, from beinp destroyed by fire \vhlrh
started by the overturning of the sanctuary
lamp. Father Sigismondo, a priest of the Fran
ciscan Order, had his hands burned. Aft~r
he had helped to save the church he sat in the
priests' house and wept because he feared that
he would be so badly maimed that, according to
the rules of the Church, he would never be able
to celebrate mass again. He was removed in an
ambular.ee to the Mount Vernon Hospital, where
he is now under the care of Dr. Thomas F.
The nre was discovered at 1:90 o'clock, at a
time when the church was filled with worship
pers, who were celebrating the feast of Madonna
del Arco, an Italian saint. Father Sigismondo,
who was at dinner, saw smoke issuing from
the church, and groping his way into the build
ing found thnt the fire was fast consuming the
altar of St. Antonio.
There was no water at hand, and in its ab
sence the priest without hesitation tore off his
heavy woollen cassock and used it to smother
the flames, which were rapidly licking their way
to the main altar. Father Bigismondo worked
heroically for ten minutes in the stillinar smoke,
and then was overcome and carried from the
edifice. The Fire Department was called, but
the priest and worshippers had the fire under
control before it arrived. The damage amounts
to about $900. The physicians at the hospital
say that the priest's injuries, while painful, are
not serious, and that he will be out in a few
INTERNATIONAL LAWN TE.NMS.
An !i.-f., :; i. i of thin MrtiKß'le for the «n-
Itroiimcy between American mid i:ncli«l>
|il«Tfr« on the (rcsrenl Afliletle C!nl»
S.I ■■■<«. Nt liny Kidße. See The Sunday Trib
ROBBERS INVADE A YACHT.
THEY BEAT CAPTAIN INTO [NBENSIBIUTT. BIT
GET NO ri.r.NI'KR.
Andrew Snrut, owner and captain of the sloop
yacht alary Jane, lying off Hubbard-st., Oravesend
Beach, was held up In Ills cabin early yesterday and
terribly beaten by two men. Ills skull was fract
ured and his body cove-rod with bruises. He is now
In ;!.■■ Emergency Hospital at Coney Island. About
1 a. m. be was awakened by a noise on deck. Be
foro he could make an Investigation he was
smaslit-i ov<^r the head and .ilniost lost conscious
ness. He shouted, and board several shots fircil.
Members of the crews of several yachts lying near
the- Mary .lanr wer<- aroused by the time In.- assail
ants jump.,] int.. a rowboat and escaped.
The captain had frlSO in bills of small denomination
In hi* pocket, and the police think that his assail
ants knew he had this money, and may have seen
him with it ashore. When the men made th»-ir
escape they cut away the small boat attached to
the yacht so thnt the captain, if he recovered, could
not follow them.
TOD ED AD EKE
ON THE FAST MODERN STEAMERS
ram mm UD KiSIATS^ urni
of the MAINE STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
I* the most oharmlnor *hort ocean voyage out of New V -;<..
No summtr tour complete without It. Bl imers leava rior
(New) 32 Baal River, foot of Pike St.. New York. MON
DAYS. TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS and BAT
URDAYS a.: 7, P. M ConnertlDK for While Mountains.
Ransely Lakes, liar Harbor, st. John an.i Halifax.
SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO PORTLAND
via steamer Manhattan. Good to return until Sept. 12.
Bound trip Care reduced to $7.00.
LONG ISLAND SOUND BY DAYLIGHT.
Descriptive book fr*« on application at Ticket OSlce. 2ftO
Broadway, an.l Pier .12. East River.
Telephone 3196-5199 Franklin. Also all acent*.
WHS bjII&ItoI&u GEMTBAL
FROM PIER S. FOOT BECTOB ST.. N. It
Uoais leave at 0:00. 10:00. 11:00 A. 11.. and 1:00. 2:00,
8:46. 4:r.0. .1:30. 8:<«J P. II.: Sundays. 10:00 A. M.. 1:00.
4:00. fc:oo'p. M.. for all
IkJIsW dlt&lM&i&u COAST lrel£®>U!!in! U9.
rEfrPK^nYi^rxj AND points in
Le;Ui/fe) U Ui/lAJ NEW ENGLAND.
FALL RIVER LINE, via Fall River and Newport. Le:ive
}■'■- 19 N H foot of Wanes st. Week days «n.i Bun
days at'r.:3o p.m. Steamers PRIbCILLA anil PURITAN.
Orchestra on each.
I'ROVIDKNCE LINK, via ProvlUence. Leav« Pier 18.
N. R.. foct Murray st. W«-ek day* only fl:00 p. m.
Bteamers PLYMOI'TH and CONNECTICUT. OrWi^tra.
BTONINOTON LINE, via fctonlngton. Pai-i«iig*r servlc*
temporarily discontinued. .
NORWICH KINK for New I>ondon, Fisher's Iplnna.
Ktcninston. Watch Hill. Nansaawaett Pier. Block Island,
Norwich Worcester, ffoston. the North and Kust. Kt«?am
ers CITY OP WORCESTER and MAINE. Leave Pier 38,
N. R.. foot Spring st., wees ii;iy« only, at « p. m.
NEW HAVEN LIME, for New Haven. New Hrltaln. Mert
den. Hartford. BprlnifleM and the North. From Pl^r -.'>.
F k fooi Peck slip. Weekdays: !-"tr. RiniAHl> I«K«TC
leaves' 3:<H. (Bats, '-'I P. M.; 1--HBBTER W. ..iIAIIN. 12:O0
midnight. Sundays, RICHARD PE».'K leaves W:.1O a. in.
(East Mat at.. !»:4"i). r<-turnln(r, due Hew \ork. I no p. m.
fiHKSJ)S9TAM stearsbmt »!Mlf
FOR BLOCK ISI-AND. R. L. ORIENT, (iREE.NPORT,
SHELTER ISLAND, SOUTHOLD AND
SAO HAKBOK. L. I.
Steamers leave New York. l'i«r 13. E. R.. near Wall st.
w«-k dan except Saturdays. G:3O P. M. r'aturdays, 1
P M. <"<n' Mondays extra trip, h A. M., for ba« Harbor
and Intermediate landings except Southed. Tuts., Thurs.
ami Sat stem.., r doe* not »top at Boatbold.
ON BATURDATB one of trif »t»aiuera of the MontauU
Co 's line will connect at Montauk with L. I. R. H. train
leavtnjt New York. a4tli St.. 1.20. Pier 13. near Wall St.,
100 Kliitbußh ove.. Hrooklyn, 1:1«» P. M.. arriving at
Block Island at 7-00 P. M.
KlaoaOsGDna [Rflwoo 0 DDS7 DDaay (LOfgDn'S
falatial .->\. u :i. -im "Now York" eund "Albany." «I ISS
HUDSON RIVER DAY LINrl
Fastest and llnest river boats In the. World.
For the Cauklllß. Albany. Saratoga and all points East,
North and Went. Dally, except Hund«y.
Leave Brooklyn. Fulton St. (by Annex) 8:00 A. M.
Dfubrosn^B St. Pier 8:40 "
" West 22J Ht „ -..- U:(») "
West lianh St 6:13 "
landing at ?aak«rs, We?t Point, N-wburßti, roufeh
keepsie, Klnß<ito.i Point. Cutsklll. Hudson and Albany.
Through tl:k-ts to all points on sal: at leading ticket
<!!ic.!=. Including tho^e of the New York Transfer Co.,
who check baggage from resulence to destination.
Morning and afternoon concerts. Fine restaurant.
MQnmmy EE^omßoog] D=,Sddo q
Direct route for Saratoga, Lake George, Adl
rondacks and Thoupnud Islands.
Steamers ADIRONDACK or DEAN RICHMOND leav»
Pier 22. N. R. foot Canal St.. at 6 P. M.. week days
only, making direct connection with express trains for
above named points. Saturday night utenmer connect*
•with train* for bharon Springs. Saratoga, North Creek,
Caidwell and steamer on Lake oeorge. Summer Book Free.
leave Pier 46. N. It., foot West 10th Street, dally 0
P. M-, except Saturday. SUNDAY STEAMERS TOUCH
AT ALPANY. Direct railroad connection at Troy for all
retorts North and East.
Excursion*. TROT. $2.00: SARATOGA. $4.60.
DlnlnK-rooms on Main Deck. Searchlight Display.
Send for Booklet Excursion Tours.
lioats leave every w-ek di:y; I'ler 43. N. Ji.. (J p. M..
an.l W«St 120 th St.. 7 P. M.
Extra, boat S^tur.luys. Pier 43. N. R.. l:3l> P. M. : West
12>th St.. 1:50 P. M.
TTUDSON RIVER STEAMER MARY POW
^" ELL. Leaving DesbroKsen St. Nt 8:15 P. M. (Satur
days 1:4.1 P. M.) W. 22nd St. a:3O P. M. (Saturdays 2
P. M.) 123 th St. on SATURDAYS Xc HOLIDAYS ONLY
2:20 P M. For Highland FaHs, West Point. Cornwall.
Newburg. New Haniburtr. Milton. Po'keepsle. Esopun.
Xtocdout and Kingston. Orchestra, on board.
Xoiuc of snmmoii3.
SUPREME COURT, NEW YORK COUNTY.
*^ _T»fTt, Weller Company, a domestic corporation
plaintiff, against Martin J. Murtha, defendant.— Summons.
To the above named Defendant: You are hereby sum
moned to answer the complaint in this action, an.l to
serve a copy or your answer on the Pl»intirT'= Attorney
■nithin-twenty days after the service of this summon*, ex
clusive of the day of service, and In case of your fall
ure to appear, or answer. Judgment will be taken against
you by default, for the relief demanded In the comiilulnt.
Dated New York. March 18, 1002.
GENNERT and GENNERT, Plaintiff's Attorney Oillce
and P. O. Address, No. 21»O Hroadway, Borough of
Manhattan. New York City.
To the above named defendant. Martin J. Murtha: The
foregoing summons Is served upon you by publication,
pursuant to an order of the Boa. James A. Want-hard,
Justice, dated the 14th day of April. ltx»2. and filed -.Mill
the complaint In the office of the Clerk of tho County of
New York, In the Court House in said county on th«
Kith d»y of April. lUO2.
pat New York. July 11. 1802.
GENNERT and OENNERT. Plaintiffs Attorney Office
■ »nd P. O. Address. No. tin) Broadway, Uurouah of
ilanhatun. Ntw York City-.
Raymond & Whitcomb's
Tours ana Tickets Everywhere.
TICKETS To all summer re sorts sold by rail
or steamer; sleeping- ear berths and state
rooms tn steamers reserved. Our "Trav
ellers' Condensed Guide" contains 200
trips; others can be arranged and
estimates will lie furnished on application.
TOURS Under personal esrort (every travelling
expense Included), visiting Niagara Falls,
St. Lawrence River, Montreal. Qu.-l •■ Sag
nenay River, Lakes George and Cbamplain,
White Mountains, Ranr - N !oy Lakp*. Maritime
Provinces, etc.. etc.. leave New Yorl: at fre
quent Intervals. Time occupied, from one to
three weeks. Other tours to Yellowstone
Park and Colorado. California and Yosemlte
r&ymond * whitgom oqwht,
25 Union Square, New York.
Entertaining Beyond Comparison.
Attractions 'rum all parts ot
th« world. Interesting novel
ties. A band of will riders,
anj camher» from the
Plains of Mexico. Giand c -i -
certs, magnificent foliage,
rare plants. Horticultural
wonders, unequalled menage
rie, museum and aquarium:
ALL. FREE. Delightful sail
on swift steamers. Glen Isl
and clam bake. Dinners a 'a
carte. "Kioto Deutsehiana. '
The Dairy. Boating. R*;hln».
Howling Billiards. Fishing.
TIME table — subject
TO chanob— steamers
Cortlandt St p!«r, 9:00. 10:00. 11:00 A. M.. 12:00 M..
1:30 2:30 '! 4.". .VIS P. M. Bridge Pock. Fulton Ferry.
Brooklyn.' 9:30, 10. 2t,. 11:20 A. M.. 12:2 P. 2:00. 2:00. 4:(>0
P. M. East 32.1 St.. l)::«). 10:()O. 10:45, 11:4" A. M..
12:4:.. 2 '»i 2:30, 8:15. 4:30, 5:40 P. M. Leave Glen
Islani, H:i>o A. M., for Cortlandt St. only: 11:3" A. M..
for But SSI St. and Brooklyn. 12:00 M. and lj«H> P. M.
for Cortlandt St. only; 3:00. C:00, 6:30, 6:00, 7:00, and
8:00 P. M. all landings. .
Frequent extra boats on Sundays and hollcays.
EXCURSION. 40 CENTS.
Including admission to all attractions.
COOK'S VAOaHON TCURS
All Travelling Expenses Included.
ST. LAWRENCE, nONTREAL, QUEBEC,
THE LAKES, NOVA SCOTIA, &c.
Aupist 1«. Sept. 6 ,J?<! ays ?i r mTl«
August 9. Zi 12 days 1 • >
August 16 - 10 days " > '
Ten-Day Trips to this dellfc-hUul Ocean Resort leave
Auk lt>, 30, .■<.■;■• 13, 27, 544.00. Includes everything-
Many other Tours during the Season. Send tor Illus
INDEPENDENT TRAVEL TICKETS TO ALL.SLM
MER KESOKTS AT LOWEST FAUES. ESTIMATES
TIIOS. COOK & SON.
201 AND 1,183 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
IRON STEAMBOAT CO.
Till-; OM.Y ALL-WATER HOT TK TO
Leave FOOT 221) ST., North niver. 0.00. 10.00. 11.00
a m.. 12 00 m. t 12.40, 1.30. 2.00, 2.45, 3.C0, 4.15. 6.08, a.45,
6.30. 7. 15. S.OO, aoop in.
Leave Pier (>«-\t» No. 1. I Ha lf liour ]atcr
North Hlver, 5
Leave NEW IRON PIER. CON'F.Y ISLAND. J0.4», 11 40
a. m.. 1- *>. 1.40. "."». 3.08 3.4<i. 4-'" 5.10, 5.85, ' *0,
7 2.*.. 8 10. 5T..".. 9.4i>. 10 40 p. m.
Uiil.M) Tlill* TICKETS. US CEXTS.
DAILY EXCURSION TO
West Point, Newburgh and Summit of
Historic Mount Beacon.
Cool— Comfortable Delightful.
Elxty-mlle iwll up the Hudson, on th« fast and superbly
«,nlpp»d uteam-r MOMHR HAMSI'F.LL to Ushklll (re
toralcw In tue evening). Otl» Incline Railway to summit
of hl«Se»t mountain In the Highlands, .rm.a «•"»«;
r.lnc«-nt scenery, beautiful mountain walks. Refreshments
m Steamer and at d«w Mountain Hotel. Steamer
FRANKLIN ST.. weelt days 9130 A. M.-. v. . p'th »t.
10-00 A M. ; Sundays half hour earlier. Ki.un.l .NT.;
Put^nlt of Mountain only »1.00. To WEST POLNT or
NEWmTRGH and Ileturn. 7.1 «-t«.
to LaKe $1.00
Via NEW JERSEY CENTRAL
Sunday. August 3d, 1902.
Pf*r!al train from foot Liberty St. &:30 A. M.; South
Ferry. 5:25 A. M.
Excursion Routes to the Sea via
THE LONG ISLAND RAILROAD.
MAMIATTA> BEACH l
Trains leave New York. 31th St.. E. R.. wees days,
6*. C4O f:4O. 9:2 V. H:uo A. M. IS 10 ai 1 hall hourly
from l'S to 8:40 4:4" 5:10. '' "'■ ''■'"■ 6:40. 7:10 7:4".
8 Ifl 1 8:40k ;f3«> and 10:60 P. M. Rfturntos. last train
leaves th« Baadl 12:00 mldnlFht. Excarstea Fare,
4< Tr"alns leave East New York about 20 minutes after
**FF h rom" NoTYork. Whitehall Ft.. Ma 30th St.. 80. B'klyn
Ferry™ connecting with I. I. 11. R. Trains leave we.k
JavVonlv. 7*o. 8K». B:2p. 11:- 'A. M.. ! :««• S:2O. 3:40.
4.211 ri:od. 0:40 P. M. Kionriclon I- are. f»Of.
Trains leave New York, Mth Pi.. a R.. week days
p-4.1 f.-4<r 8:80 »':-•>. 10^0. 10JW A. at.. 12:80. lift
lisa 4 ; ->»' r..ni. «:•». 7:a>. §:». 0:20 and 10:30 P. M.
On Saturdays additional train, will leave 1:20. 2:1» 3:2«
an.l i> .Vi P. M. Returning, last train leaves the Beach
ut 11:.V. P. M.
Trains lam New York. 34th St. K. 11.. w*rtl days,
7-fK) T '•'» 10:60 a. M. (1:00 P. M Saturday only), 1:00,
3 : Co" 4 : 50" 6:30. &..'.'.. 0:50. K:OC 10:00 P. M. KelurulnK.
last" irala leave* Long I>*i;h 10:42 1". M
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON EXCURSION
TO WEST POINT.
BTKAMEII BIARY POWEU.
Leaves D-iUuasu St. 1:45 P. M. AY. 22d st. 2 P. M..
W l-S'.h Bt. 2:» P. M.. arrlvlns West Point 4:40 P. M.
Returning by West Shore RB. special train , ... I. M.,
or any regular train. Fare for round trip f\.(M. Return
HudHon Klv-r It. R. Round trip. $1.10. Return steamer
Hamsdell. Round trip. *l.i"0. Ample time to see Dress
Parade &c. Concert Orefaeatn on lXKrrd.
IDEAL OUTING TRIP Sundays.
On MAHAYS the fleet steel BTKAafJCB HI Oil ARD
I'ECIC leaves I'ier "0. E. R . loot F.n:k Blip, at J>:3o; East
met st.. »:4fi A. 11. K*tumlnK. due N. Y. 8:oo P. M.
Nearly nil day on beautiful Lon« Island Sound. An hour
In New Haven. Music. Tkt«.. $I.cn>. Child. 60 cents.
UP THE PICTURESQUE HUDSON.
To West Point. NewbuiKh or l',.uglike»psle.
Gia.il Dally Kxcurnlon (exoept .Sunday).
BY PALACE IIU'N I>\Y LINE HTKA.MICR3
NKW TORK an<t AI.HANT.
From nrooklyn, Fulton St.. by Ann«x... 9:00 A. M.
Fr.m New Y>.rk. De..broB SPBS P8 St. Pier S:*o A. M.
From New York Went 22d St. Pier 9:"0 A. M.
From New York. Weat 129 th Pt. Pl»r 0:1 ft A. il.
Ref.irnlnß. due In New Tork. B:30 P. M.
MorniuMT and Aftcrnuuu Coni-ertn.
IjBKT* SKA FISHING dally. Al Foiter'«
reliable, large Iron Macotng steamer Ang
ler, resular boat, runs winter and sum
mer; far», 7. i.-; ladle*. G«i ■ Leaves '22<X
Bt.. H R.. 7:15 A. M.; Uuttt-ry Ijuhlluk. 8.-flB A. M. sharp.
K. B. — Only lruii boat on this route. Lane ladies' saloon
«ii'd flrst-olus-s raatacrant. Music on Luard. AL POSTER.
RED BANK LINE.
Leave Franklin Ft.. Pier 21. North River, Saturday. Auk.
•> ti A. M. and .1 P. M. Sunday, Aug. 3, 0:30. Mon., Aug.
.}' 7 A. M. and « P. M.
TifALLORV STEAMSHIP LINES.
***• From New York W"edne»day», Fridays and Saturday!.
FOR TEXAS, GEOROIA AND FLORIDA.
STRAIGHT and ROUND TRIP Tickets ..— -ifl to all
point* In Texan. Colorado, Arizona. I'allfornla. Mexico.
Ac: Georgia. Florida, &c. Dellghtiul Excursions.
■Write for our CO-paKe "Pocket (Wide" (mailed free!.
C H MALLORY & CO.. Gen. Agts.. Pier «0l E. R.. N. Y.
a - CUNAIiD LINE.
TO LIVERPOOL VIA QLTEENSTOWN.
Lucnnlß. ...Aug. 2, 3V.M. | Umhrta. . . . Aup BS, »A. M.
Etruria V. '.•:;(" A. M. | Lurania \^&. 30. noon
Campania... Aug. ir>. noon Etruria S«i)t. 6. ;» A. M.
VKRNON H. URuW.V & CO., tien. Agenta,
29 HRHAHWAY. NKW YOliK.
4 _ WHITE STAR LINE.
- i *-* NEW-YORK— QUEENSTOWN— LIVERPOOL.
Olttc Aug. K. noon | Cymric Vup. 22, noon
Gerjoaalc Auk 13. nnnn (">cp.inl' - Aug. -7, nooa
Teutonic Auk- "Jo. bimQl stajcatic Bept. A. noon
l'ttr 48. North Ulver. Office. it llraudway. New- York.
TTALIAN UOyAL MAIL S. S. CO.
•*- NAVIGAZIONB CENERALE ITA LIANA.
NAPLES— GENOA— ALEXANDRIA.
ALL NEW STEAMERS. WEEKLY SER''" dl.
HIRZEL. FELTMANN A CO.. 11 Broad waj. rJ. T.
•T A VELOCE."-FAST ITALIAN LINE.
Sailing every Tuesday to Naples. Genoa.
BOUDQNKSI HAnTFIELD A CO.. SB ""nil St.
OUORT OCEAN TRlP.— Halifax. Sydney, St.
0 Jlotin*. Writ* BOWIUNO * CO.. IT 6t»t« Street. K.X.
SMDaVM'OEGBIMw! .QJLOTGB a
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
PLYMOUTH — CHERBOURG— IIREMEN.
From Pier 32. North River, Qanse\«Ofl St.
Kaiser . -Aug. 12. 10 A. M. , Kronprlnz..Au»t. 3*. 10 A.M.
•Hohenioll«rn.AuK.li».l<> AM Knistr Sept. 9. 10 A.M.
Kaiser 1n... Aug. i'j. 10 A.M. , Kal?erin...Sept. 18. 10 A.M.
•yrom Pier L-t. ft. of Amity st., Brooklyn.
TV. IN SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE.
Cherbourg Southirnrton Al'cnaUaly, and Bremen.
From Bremen Piers. Hoboken. N. J.
Luise Aug. 7, 10 A. M. | Bremen Aug. 2«. Noon
Kurfue'St.Aug. 14. I-} A. M.|Fr!edrich Sept. 4. Noon
Barbaro>sa.Aus. 2). 11 A.M. Luisa Sept. 11. Noon
GIU3ALTAH— NAPLES— GENOA.
From Pier 24. ft. of Amity St.. Brooklyn.
Trave Aus. 2. 3 P. M.lTrave ?«ej.t. 8. 10 A. M.
AVer ...Ans «. 10 A. M.lAller Sept. A2P. M.
Lai 1 Aug. 23, It) A. M. Latin Sept. 27. 1 P. M.
OSLRICH9 & CO. No. I BROADWAY. N. Y.
Louis H. Meyer, 4." South Third St.. Phna.
FOR PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— HAMBURG.
TWIN-SCREW EXPRESo SERVICE.
A. Vfctoria-AUK. 14. 10 A. M.iO.-lumbla. . .Aug. 23. 10 A. M.
F Blsm'clcAngr 2l.-10 A.M.) A Victoria. Sept. 11. 1" A. M
TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE.
WaM rsee ...Au«s. 7 A. M.lMoltke Auk. 1«. 10 A.M.
Pennsylvania. Aug. 12, noon; Patricia. Aug. 2t'., 10:30 A. m.
SUMMER AND AUTUMN CRUISES
L'.Y THE PALATIAL CRUISING STEAMER
PRINZESSIN VICTORIA LUISE
From Hamburtr All— 22. _-_-
to the BALTIC anl the NORTHERN CAPITALS.
to During Sept.. Oct. and Nov.. RRANKAN
to PORTUGAL. SPAIN, principal MEDITERRANEAN
POINTS and tn« ORIENT.
Fend for illustrated pamphlets and Itineraries.
Offices 35 and 37 Broadway. Piers. Hoboken. N. J.
rm ffi\ !7vn n r\n n /rr\ rrvi n n rrvi r^ fast twin
LLU vLU u'-jLi Li UvJ v vIU L K Jj ILiUuY]Le>3pcrbw service.
BOSTON to QUEENSTOWN and UVBRFOOI*
NEW ENGLAND . July 30IMEKION <N'ew> August at
<.V)IIiIONWEAL.TII.Aujt. 13 NEW ENGLAND. .August 27
Saloon. $65. SXO'and upward, according to steamer; sec
ond saloon. $40.
BOSTON- HEliTEiiAliflEAi, ~ SERVICE
GIBRALTAR, NAPLES GENOA.
CAMBROMAN August 10. September 27. November*
VANCOUVER September 6. October 18. November 2»
Saloon rate. STS and upward: second saloon. $50.
First .lass fare New York to Boston allowed in connec
tion ■■vitli s;il.">ri 11 keta. M.-'.ttprran<v>n yervioe.
For rates, etc.. address Dominion Line. Boston, or
EDWIN H. LOW. Gen. Agt.. 1.123 B*way. N. Y.
HAWAIIAN AND PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL S. S. CO.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA.
Between San Francisco. Honolulu. Yokohama, Kobe.
Nagasaki. Shanghai. HonK Kong-.
Steamers leave San Francisco at 1 P. M.
COPTIC Auk. GAELIC Sept. 3
AMEHICA MARIT...AUK. IB!HON<".KONG MARI, .Sept. 11
KOREA Mm- 20! CHINA Sept. 19
Fur freight, passenger and general Information apply to
340 Broadway or 1 Battery Place. Washington Building,
and 257 Broadway. . _ —
U inJiE, y^E/ril
A FEW DAYS CAN RE PLEASANTLY SPENT IN
A TRIP TO
OLD POINT COMFORT,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
©Q-GD QDGDKBOIiaQdDKii D-DESS.
Steamer* sal', d-lly except Sunday from Pier 26. North
River, foot of Bench Street, New York.
Tickets, including meal* and stateroom accommodations,
SS OU one way, |l3.ud round trip, and upwards.
' PHONE. 1580 FRANKLIN.
For Old Point Comfort. Norfolk. Portsmouth. Pinner**
Point and Newport News. Va.. connecting for Petersburg
Richmond. Virginia, teacii. Washington. D. C. and entlra
boutn ana West. „
Freight and Passenser steamer* Ball from P'.er 24
N. R.. foot or Beach St.. every week day at I P. M.
• H. I> WALKER. Traffic Ma«««r.
SiEA ROUTE TO CAUIFO!SI!fi3A.
Ss Advance Aug. 31 Ss. Yucatan Au*. 24
CABIN. *106: STEERAGE. flO.
Including MraU and Berth.
PANAMA RAILROAD STEAMSHIP LINE,
Office. 24 State st. R. L. WALKER. Tragic M<r.
[F®c° [PcidipGcd IffiaooDa
Steamships of the RED "V LINE will »all for San
Juan dlrert. as follows:
S d PHILADELPHIA Saturday. August 9. noon
s" S. CARACAS Saturday. Auifujt 23. noon
For freight or passage apply to
BOULTON. BLIi-3^ & DALLETT.
General Managers. 135 Front St.
«r\rfl<7fc|Vl(ThnK 0 flf?nn? Glasgow, via
AiLV-JCLpLAiUy'Ju ti=Ul>JL£.« LONDONDERRY
From Pier ft 4. North River, foot of West 24th St.
tgtorla. AuKust 2. r.-wn, Anchdrla Aug. 16. nooa
i'urnetnU auk. 9. noon 1 Columbia Aug. 23. noon
First sol x>n. $50 and upwards.
Second *a:«>n. *•-"> and up; third claw. 526 and up.
HENDERSON BROTHERS. 17 and ID Broadway.
"- 1 ' NEW- YORK— SOUTHAMPTON— LONDON.
•Southwark.Aufr.J>.7:3o a.m. ! St. Paul Au(r. 13. 10 a.m.
Philadelphia. lOa.m.lSt. Li.uls. ..Aug. 20. 10 a.m.
•From Pier "C" ft. of York st.. Jersey City. N. J.
RED STAR LINE.
NKW-YORK— ANTWERP— PARIS.
Zealand Aug. 2. noon! Vaderland Ausr. 18. noon
Frlrsland Aug. 9, no»>nf Kroonland Aug. 23. noon
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY,
Piers 14 and 15. ■». R. Office. 73 Broadway, N. Y.
A LLAN LCs'ti — Royal Mall Steamers.
"^•*- New Twin Screw Steamships.
BAVARIAN. IONIAN and TUNISIAN— IO.OOO tons each.
MONTREAL. TO LIVERPOOL.
ST. LAWRENCE ROUTE.
Parisian Aug. » Tunisian Aug. 23
Mongolian Aujr. lU'Corinthlan Auk. 3O
Three days In Smooth water. Shortest Ocean Passage.
Ealoon. $70 and upwards. SeccnJ CaMn, $37.30. upwards.
H & A. ALLAN. General Agents. Montreal.
AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO.. 53 Broadway. N. T.
NEW-YORK— KOTTEHDAIt. VIA BOULOGNE. S. M.
New Twin-Screw Steamers of 13.000 tons Register.
Twin-Sore* BTATENDAM ■*»« 2. 10 a. m.
Twin-Screw POTSDAM Aug. 9. 10 A. M.
T win-Screw KVNDAM Aug. 19. 10 A. M.
Ai Y.\y''l> HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE. 39 B'way. N. T.
T>ED 'D' LINE.
•*-* f or I.i Guayra, Puerto Cabello, Coracoa and Mara
calbo via CWfaeoi Calling also at San Juan. P. R.
B S 'I'MII^AI-KLI IIIA Saturday, August 9, noon
b" 3' CARACAS Saturday. Ac trust 23. noon
The.--, vessels have superior accommodations for pas
senger*. DOULTON. BLISS & DALLETT.
Central Manngers. l".s Front St.
rr.NTHAL PARK WEST
SIST TO .S-JD BT.
fti lag 1- th i.Vntral Park un.l Manhattan Bs>
A fan v»ry desirable saltea t.> i»-su«>. unfurnished,
fr m October Ist, l!t>-'. to ivt.l.tr Ist, 1908.
TS PJJRSDANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Atn r C. Thomas, a Surrogate Sf the County of New
York notice Is hereby given to all persons having claims
jijcnlnst Louis I-av.mburg. late of the County nt N.-w York,
deceased to present the same with vouchers thereof to th«
Hui>s>Tlbtrf. at their place of transacting business, at the
offlee cf Bpteselberc * Wise. No. 44 Broad Street. In the
Borough of Maal iitnn. City of New York, on or before
the 2.'.th da] of October not.
Dated New York, th« sth 'lay of .April. 1902.
OSCAR I* STRAUS FRED L. LAVANBTTRQ. Bxeotitors
BDlecelbrrx A Wise' Attorneys for Kxecutcrs. 44, Broad
Street. N«w V rk City. N. Y. -■-- ■
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Abner C Thorn a 3urroirat« of the County of New
York, nolle* Is hereby Riven to all persons having clients
asalOßt Theodora I*. ' Trvwl.rl.iue. late of th* County of
New York fllltilQMd to. present the same with vouchers
thereof to th* subscribers at the'r place of transacting
business at the < -file- of Dexter. Oyborn * Glilesple. No
71 Un aUwav, In the Borough of Manhattan. City of
New York, on or before the lP.h day of > >»ember next.
Dated New York, the Bth day of Unr.lWe
(Sl« f.i) JAMES A. TKOWIIRIDGB,
(Siln^d) KDWIN D. TROWBRIDGE.
DEXTER. OSPORN * r"LI."SPIE. Attorneys for Ex
eCDtors. No, 71 Broadway, Borough of Manhattan.
City of New York.
TJOWLAND, MARX ELIZA.-IX PURSD
XX AXCE at an order of Hon. Frank T. FitMrerald. a.
Bon<«at« of th^ County of New "i ork. notice 1* hereby
given to all pc r-.ons bavin* claim* against MijEllm
Rowland, latp of th^ County of >■*" Tork. d*c*a«*d to
i»-«-«r.; the lane with voucher* thereof to the subscrib
ers, at their place of transacting bunlr.es*. at the efflce
of H. W. Van^^r Pop!. No. 29 Broadway *£?"** of
Manhattan. in Th« City of New York, on or before the
nrst day of >' vfinber next. .. inn _
Dated New iork. the 26th (lay of April. lutfc..
THOMAS KITi'H !:• )U t^A.M >. Jr..
OKORGB ROTUND. Execnton> ;
H. W. VANDER l<-.-.r. Attorney for Executors, No. 29
Broadway. N. T. City.
A DTERTIEKMENTB and subscriptions for The Trtbnrw
A received at their
"ttween Btilk tiid &Ilh si*.. «=ntU » ° clor|t 9- ■•
TJHILBIN, STEPHEN.— IN PURSUANCE OP
an order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of
the County of N< ». York, notice ts hereby given to all per
sons having claims against Stephen Philbln. late of th*
County of New York. decease*!, to present the same wtta)
vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at her place of trans
acting business, at the office of Philbln. Beekman A
Menken. No 111 Broadway. Borough of Manhattan, la
the City of New York, on or before the first day of Fea-
Dated New York, the 13th day of July. 1302.
AGNES O. PHILBIN. Executrix.
PHILBIN. BEEKMA.V I MENKEN. Attorneys for Ex
ecutrU. No. 11l Broadway. Borough of Manhattan,
City of New York.
[X PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New
fork, notice Is hereby given to all persons having claim*
asraln« Katharine Roxana Field, late of the Countr of
New York, decease!, to present the same with voucher*
thereof to the subscribers at their place of transacting
business in Room 5. at No. 48 Wall Street. in the Itofoapm
of Manhattan. In the City of New York, 00 or before th»
loth day of Dwember next.
Dated New York, the 'sth day of June. 1902.
CHARLES E. WHITEHEAD. WILLIAM JAY. Executors.
FLAME.N C. CANDLER. Attorney for Executors. No. 4»
Wall Street. Borough of Manhattan. City of New York.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER Of HON.
Abner C Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New
ToiJc. notice Is hereby gl' en to all persons having <-i;»lm*
asalnst Elixabeth •'. H«dden. late of the County of New
York, deceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof
to the subscriber, at her aißAi of transacting business, at
the offlce of Walter Larg.-. attorney. No. S Beekmaa
Street, in the City of New York, on or before the Ist day
of December next.
Dated New York, the 2!Uh dny of May. 1902
LIZZIB ■: HEDDEN. Fill ■!■«■
WALTER LARGE. Attorney for Executrix, 5 Beekmaa
Street. Boroush of Manhattan. New York City.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Snrrogate of the County of
New York, notice 1.1 hereby given to all persons having?
claims against H. ward R. Martin, lat» of the County of
New Tori, deceased, to present the sanr." »fh vouchers
thereof to the subscribers, at their pin.--- of transacting
business, at the efflce of Stuart F. Randolph. No. 31 Has
san Street, in the City of New York. on or befor* th*
twenty-fifth day of Oi-tobvr next.
Dated New York, the 11th day of April. 1002.
STUART F. RANDOLTU. WILLIAM F. R.-VNDOLPII.
pROZIER, NANCY.-IN PURSUANCE OF"
"* an order at Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate «:f
the County of New York, notice Is hereby given to all
persons having claims acaln«t Nancy Crozle*. late of the
County of New York. ilmawaft M present the same with
vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at her place of trans
acting business. No. 136 East Mat Street, !n the City of.
New- York. Borough of Manhattan. . n or before the 223
day of January. Ml next.
Dated New Tor*, the ISth day of July. 1002.
ELIZA <-. PIKE. Executrix.
JOSEPH M. SCHENCK. Attorney for Executrix. 25*
Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. City of New Tork.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a ■aVMBatS of the County oC
New York, notlc- la hereby »iven to all persons having
claims against H»lene SommerhofT. late of the County of
New York, deceased, to present the same with vouchers
thereof to the subscriber, at his place of tran?actlnß
business, at the office of P»ielrt<-.n & Gwynn. No. 46 Wall
Street. In the Borough of Manhattan. City of New York,
on or before the 17th 'lay of October next.
Dated New York, th, 12th day of April. IM2.
ALBERT HEILKLBAi'H. Executor.
FHELDOX ft IV INK. Attorneys for Executor. 4C Wall
Street. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
T EWISOHN. LEONARD.-IN PURSTJANCB
"^ of an order of Hon. Frank T. Fltz^eraM. a BanaSSM
of the County of New York, notice Is hereby jriven *B ail
persons having claims »Kain«t Leonard Lewlsohn. late or
the County ot New York, deceased, to present the same.
with vouchers thereof, to th» subscribers, at their place o ;
transaction business. No. 11 Broadway In the City or
New York, OB or before the 24th day of October next.
Dated. New York, the 17th ***«**& i? oh*.
PHII.II' 8. HKNRT.
EVARTS. TRACY * SHERMAN. Attorae'r* for Ex
e«-utor'». r.2 ->v-n S>r«et. New York ''■ > r
STH-AVE. AND 37TH-ST.
MINISTERS IN CHARGE:
HENRY VAN DYKE.
SERVICES SUNDAY. AUGUST 3.
REV. GEORGE S. WEBSTER. D. D..
PASTOR OF THE CHURCH OF TH.E COVENANT.
will preach at 11 A M.
Mendelsohn Hall. 118 West 4Oth-st.
Rev C. E. JEFFERSON, D. D Pastor.
Public worship. 11 a. m. and - p. m.
Preachinir by Rev. GEORGE F. PENTECOST. D. D.
CHRIST CHURCH. Broadway and 71st-st.
Holy Communion at 11 o'clock.
Sermon by the Her. A. S. CRAPSSY. S. T. D.
CHRI=TTAN SCIENCE SERVICES. Fifth Church cf
Christ. Scientist. 6=4 Madison-aye.. comer o^th-st.— sue ■
days. 11 a. m. and I p. in.. Wednesday evenings. I
Strangers cordially welcome.
CHURCH OF THE AS. 'i-NSl' >X. sth-ave. awl lOtt
Rev. PERCY S. GRANT. H. tor.
Holy i' mm.mi'n. J> a. m.
Mnrnlrg service. It a. m.
Evening -•■[■- Ice. 8 p. m.
Th* Rev. R. (J. yrK.V.VKIJ. otfioiatir.L'.
CHURCH OF THE STRANGERS.
West 37th-st.. near >th-ave.
Rev. D. ASA BLACKBURN. Pastor.
11 a. m.
7:4.". p. m.
AH seats free.
CHURCH OF ZION AND ST. TIMOTHY,
334 West r.7th-st.
Holy Communion. 8 a. m.
Morning prayer. Holy Communion and sermon. 11 a. m.
Se V rmon g by r tL er ßev P F. x. COCKCROFT.
2d ay*. and 7th-st.
Rev JOHN G. FAOG, D. D.. Minister.
Rev. EDWARD G. W. MEURY
Wai preach at 11 a. m. and S p. m.
COLLEGIATE fitARBUE) CHURCH.
sth-ave. and 2*Jth-3t.
Rev DAVID JAS. BCRREU* D. D.. Minister.
Rev. ARCHIBALD H. BRAD9HAW
will preach at 11 a. m. ami 8 p. m.
Morning lopte, •■":>.■• True Duty Doers."
Evening topic. "Unbelief."
COLLEGIATE Cl : . 'I. 'IT.
sth-ave. and 4Mh-st.
Rev. DONALD SAGE MACKAT, I■. D-, Minister.
Rev. Dr. W. S. SWANS* >N. of Glasgow, Scotland.
will preach at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Morning subject. "The PertU of an Irreligious Civiliza
tion." Evening subject, "Night and Nothing; Morning an'
COLLEGIATE CHURCH. ■ ■;
West End-aye. ami 77th-st.
Rer. HENRY EVERT3OX CoBB. D. P.. Minister.
K«v. WOl T. EL3INO. D. I-..
will preach -; 11 a. m.
COT^LEGIATE RBFuRMEP CHURCH. Harlem. R*T.
J. ELMf-jN: •• >r !F D. D.. Senior Pastor.
FIRST CHLROH. 121 st *t.. near 3d-ave.. Paaror. Rev.
EDWARD S. RALSTON.— Services. 11 a. m Preaching
by Rev. JOHN N. FREEMAN. I•. D. No evening service.
SECOND CHURCH. Lenox-ave. and 1230-ML; Past.jr.
Rev. Klh;aß TILTON. Jr.. t>. D. — Closed during August.
Union services In the FIRST CHURCH.
FIFTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN' CHURCH,
KJIh-ave. and Fifty st.
Rev. O. CAMPBELL MORGAN
Preaches next Sunday morning .in.l afternoon.
Mtrninii topic. "Christ Greater than Abraham.
Services commence at 11 a. m. ami 4:.>i> p. m.
On August 10th.
Rev. 'WILLIAM Xi >SS. of England, will preach.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST (SCIENTIST). 1.17-143
West 48th-9t between 6th and "th ayes.— Christian '
Science services Sundays at 10:45 a. m. and 9 p. m.
Wednesday evenings at 8 o'clock. Reading rooms opea
daily from 0 a. m. as 5 at m.
MADISON AVENT BAPTIST CHURCH, cor. 31st-st..
Rev. GEORGE C. LORI-VIER. D. D., Paster.- The prayer
meet'.r.g will continue Wednesday evening at » o'clock.
MADISOX AVENUE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, corner tKith-st.. Rev. WALLACE .MA.*MI"L
LEN. D. D.. Pastor. — Union service of* neighboring
churches on MjidUon-ave. will be held in this church at 11
a. m. Tka sermon will be by Rev. OLIN A. CURTIS.
D. D.. of Drew Theological Seminary. All are cordially
MXDI3OX AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, cor
ner 73d-st.. HOWARD AGXL'W JOHNSTON. D. D., ram
tor. — Th!» church will unite «n summer union services with
the Madison Avenue M. E. Church. Dr. WALLACE MAC
MULLEN, Pastor. Only morning service.
MANHATTAN CONG. CHURCH. Broadway and 78ch-st.
Rev. H. A STIMSON. D. D.. Pastor.
Union Prayer Meeting Wednesday evmings. For Sabbat^
pen-Ices the church accepts the hospitality of the Col
legiate Church. West End-aye. and 77th-st.
"th-ave. and Hth-st.
"TOD CHURCH OF Til. : OPEN DOOR."
Rev. ROBERT BAG NELL. Pastor.
10:30. sermon by -v. LINDSAY R, LONCACRE. fol
lowed by the Communion: 7:45. sermon by Rev. HOWARD
V.* ROSS. Open all summer. Peats free
POPULAR CONCERT TO-NIGHT.
OLD FIRST CHURCH.
Sth-ave.. 12th st.
HOWARD DUFKIELI>. D. D.. Paster.
11 a. m.. Rev. Mr M'CURDY will preach. Welcome.
Tent Evangel. 6flth-st. and Broadway. 4 p. m.. F. 9
MHTER. possibly; 8 p. m.. O. CAMPBELL MOP.'.
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST.
Central Park Waal and «JSth-st.
Sunday services. 11 a. m. and » p. m.
Sunday school. 13 m. Wednesday Eve. Meeting. 8
o'clock. Reaillng room. 10 W. i">s;h St.. open daily. '.< a. ay.
to 6 p. m.. and Sunday aftatawawa
SPIRITUAL SCIENCE INSTITUTE. 331 West 5Tt»!-«t.
— Immortality demonstrated by materialization (full form).
mostly In the light, and communion with departed friends
Sun.lays. Wednesday! evenings. 8. Saturday. 2 o'clock,
Mrs. STODDARD GRAY and Mr. HOUGH.
Only building. !<th-ave. an.l lOth-st.
Gospel meetings every night. Come.
ST PAUL'S METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
West End-aye. and SBth-st.
Rev. GF.OROE P. ECKMAN. D. t>.. Paster.
OPEN ALL SUMMER. Preaching 11 a. m. by Rer.
ROBERT 3. TREVORROW. Wo evening service.
Subject. "Christ and the Burden of the World."
Prayer service Wednesday evening. 8 o'clock.
UNIVERSITY PLACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
corner of 10th-»t. — Public worship to-morrow morning at
11 o'clock. Rev. WILLIAM B. BEBB will preach. Sun
day school at 9:45 a. m. Wednesday evening service at 8
o't-iock. .. ;■>«.* '
■WEST END PRESBYTERIAN CUURCU..
, Amsterdam-aye. and 105th-st. -• -1
Rev. ERXEST F. IIAIJ. win preach ,• 11 a. m.. aad .
R»v. A. C. U'MILLAN. D. D.. at S n. m, !